The community of believers was of one heart and one mind, and no one claimed that any of his possessions were his own...
- Acts 4:31
Our neighbors are calling for our help. When many hands join together, we can lift them from their darkness. We can clothe, feed, and shelter them, bring them hope and peace, and share with them the immensity of God’s love.
Ninety-one percent of every dollar donated is placed back into direct client services.
Eighty-one percent of clients are non-Catholic.
295 refugees were resettled to Oklahoma from seven countries.
860 clients received more than $1.6 million in legal assistance through Immigration Legal Services.
127 people were served through Adoption & Pregnancy Services
36% of St. Joseph’s Counseling clients spoke only Spanish.
158 homeless women visiting Sanctuary Women’s Development Centers were placed in housing.
10,076 days of transitional housing were provided to 197 clients.
88% of the 2015 Flood Disaster clients had an income of less than $25,000.
1,263 households were provided disaster case management services.
580 families and 400 volunteers participated in A Very Giving Christmas.
I ask: please do more! Please, give more! When you give of your time, your talents and your resources to the many people who struggle and who live in the margins, you make a difference. It is a difference that is so desperately needed, and one for which you will be richly rewarded by the Lord.